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Torsten, > It seems as if 'cvs checkout -d' no longer works: > > In C:\user\rep\module: "C:\Program Files\CVSNT\cvs.exe" -q -d > :sspi:cvs-rep-module.gatehouse.local:/cvs/rep > checkout -r BRANCH -d mog -P module/impl > CVSROOT=:sspi:cvs-rep-module.gatehouse.local:/cvs/rep > > cvs [checkout aborted]: Couldn't chdir to module/: No such > file or directory > > > When omitting -d, things work as expected. I've tested the specific combination of server and client versions that you used - but still cannot reproduce the error. Can you re-test? Is there any chance that someone was adjusting the ACLs at the same time as you did your test or that you used a different user for the 2.5.05 test as you did for the 2.5.03 test? The error message you encountered is possible to reproduce with ANY client and particular ACL's due to bugs in 2.5.03.2382. We've used 2.5.05 extensively here with a variety of servers and haven't found any problems. BTW - there are some very serious bugs in 2.5.03.2382 - our recommendations are: * upgrade to CVS Suite - patches to the 2.5.03 codeline are available for 'sensitive' installs * upgrade to CVS Suite 2009 - much better performance, especially on windows * upgrade to CVSNT Community 2.5.05 - major bugs fixes We'll be declaring 2.5.05 stable very very soon (have I said that before?). We can't currently do a mac os x build and that is (obviously) important for MacCVSX support so that is the final stumbling block. Regards, Arthur Barrett